What is Repository?
Repository consists of four main components:
- The Repository user interface, where you define your data fields, their attributes, and their organization in your database.
- The utilities, which enable you to generate record definition files from your repository structures, verify your repository or print it to a file, create new repositories, set the current repository, and generate and load repository definitions using Synergy Data Language. See Repository Utility Functions.
- Synergy Data Language, which is a set of statements that describes the contents of a repository. You can use it to make mass modifications to your repository, convert non‑Synergy/DE repositories to Synergy/DE format, and examine your repository. See Synergy Data Language.
- The subroutine library, which contains routines that enable your Synergy applications to access Repository information about structures, files, templates, fields, keys, and so forth. See Subroutine Library.